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Watch Jon Anderson, Geddy Lee and Trevor Rabin Perform with Yes

This past Friday night, vocalist Jon Anderson performed with Yes—his former band—at the the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY.It marked Anderson's first performance with the group since 2004.Best of all, Yes—in this case, Anderson, Steve Howe, Trevor Rabin, Rick Wakeman and Alan White—were joined by a special guest, Rush bassist Geddy Lee. They... …

Aimee Mann Talks New Album, ‘Mental Illness,’ and Working with Rush on "Time Stand Still"

After recording several albums with 'Til Tuesday, Aimee Mann began a successful solo career that spawned a string of eclectic but seriously engaging albums, from 1993's Whatever to 2012’s Charmer.Mann also has lent her talents to several film soundtracks, most notably the score for Paul Thomas Anderson’s Magnolia; her song from that film, “Save Me,” landed her an Academy Award nomination in... …

John Petrucci: “My Favorite Chord Is ‘The Alex Lifeson Chord’”

John Petrucci went out for a drive with the folks from Cosmo Music. In the resulting Rockstars in Cars video, shown below, the Dream Theater guitarist talks about his favorite solo to play live, his mix of technical and emotional guitar playing, and more.Best question in the video: “Desert Island Chord: You got one chord you can play forever. What is it?”“It’s the opening chord from Hemispheres... …

Rush's Top 10 Acoustic Guitar Songs

If you’re a fan of Rush like I am, you probably know them for their hard-hitting, prog masterpieces like “Tom Sawyer,” “The Spirit of Radio” and “Limelight.” ... …

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